OK. Gimme a second. All right. In a fascinating change of . . .
The Los Angeles Times will begin charging readers for access to its online news, joining a growing roster of major news organizations looking for a way to offset declines in revenue.
Starting March 5, online readers will be asked to buy a digital subscription at an initial rate of 99 cents for four weeks. Readers who do not subscribe will be able to read 15 stories in a 30-day period for free. There will be no digital access charge for subscribers of the printed newspaper.
Good luck with that, editors. I barely read your crap any more for free.
Thanks to Bradley J. Fikes.